Andrea James

Reminder: “Casting Pearls” London premiere today

My narrative short directing debut is scheduled to have its London premiere on 5 April. My star Calpernia will be at the screening (as well as at the Beautiful Daughters screening the day before) for those who would like to meet her. From Deep Stealth News:

Deep Stealth Productions’ short film “Casting Pearls” will have its London premiere on 5 April 2008, as part of the 22nd London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.

The Role I Was Born to Play

Transgender artists challenge Hollywood with stinging media critiques.

Casting Pearls (Dir. Andrea James | USA 2007 | 7min)

A punchy series of Hollywood auditions reveals the stereotypes faced by a transsexual actress.

The Role I Was Born to Play (Dir. Lukas Blakk | Canada 2007 | 9min)

A clever and heartfelt deconstruction of mainstream Hollywood genderbender flicks.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Slept Here (Dir. Jules Rosskam | USA 2007 | 25min)

A white FTM poet and a Black gay physicist question the limits of their intimate friendship during a weekend trip.

Godspeed (Dir. Lynn Breedlove, Jen Gilomen | USA 2007 | 16min)

A punk bike messenger’s devotion to his drug habit rivals the intensity of his relationship with his girlfriend.

Miggy n Lil (Dir. bug Davidson | USA 2006 | 17min)

A Texan butcher’s dreams come true when a sexy thief stops by for some steak.

Calpernia Addams is scheduled to appear at the screening and speak on a panel immediately after.

22nd London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival website:

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